If it was a toss up between living in a bog-standard caravan or a giant egg when the need for a moveable home arises, we'd all pick the giant egg, right? Exactly, which is why Belgian architects dmvA went about squeezing all mod cons into a pod-like abode, measuring just 215 square feet.

Built from cast polyester over a plywood skeleton, the team found room for a kitchen, bathroom and bunk space within the shell of the Blob VB3 micro-house, originally intended as an office extension for an Italian design firm wrestling with local planning permission laws.

[dmvA via The Verge]